ekellock at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 18:13:29 EST 2004
That's a very special gift. I hope she takes good care of it.
The radios in the Avants are less special than those in the sedans
because the Avants didn't get the Bose system. However, there are
some built-in amps at the spearkers that have to be considered.
I had pretty decent experience with an aftermarket head unit and an
adaptor wiring harness from Crutchfield. It's not a perfect pairing,
but it's not bad either. The original radio can be repaired is you're
so inclined as well.
PS. What color interior and exterior is the Avant?
On Mon, 6 Dec 2004 17:28:58 EST, levolorman at aol.com <levolorman at aol.com> wrote:
> I'm new to this, so...
> Anyway, my daughter just received a 1991 200 Quattro Turbo Wagon as a gift
> (from her Grand Aunt). The car is pretty good for 165,000 miles, with the
> noticeable exception of the radio (which is currently worthless).
> I've been told that the radio is rather special, and that either the car
> must be totally rewired for new speakers and radio, or the original radio should
> be replaced with original equipment.
> I have an acquaintance who works for a local VW dealership that tried to
> order the radio, however, says it's no longer available.
> Anybody know what the truth is and how I can hep her rectify this problem?
> Rick Smith
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